Hello,
I am developer and new to SQL Server. I applied SP2, specifically
Database Components and Analysis Services Components.

Since this update I noticed traffic on my network when I was other wise idle.
Here is some output.
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Administrator@GAEA ~
$ netstat

Active Connections

Proto Local Address Foreign Address State
TCP gaea:1204 msgr-cs51.msgr.hotmail.com:1863 ESTABLISHED
TCP gaea:2179 190.103.78.143:ms-sql-s SYN_SENT
TCP gaea:2180 190.103.78.144:ms-sql-s SYN_SENT
TCP gaea:2181 190.103.78.145:ms-sql-s SYN_SENT
TCP gaea:2182 190.103.78.146:ms-sql-s SYN_SENT
TCP gaea:2183 190.103.78.147:ms-sql-s SYN_SENT
TCP gaea:2184 190.103.78.148:ms-sql-s SYN_SENT
TCP gaea:2185 190.103.78.149:ms-sql-s SYN_SENT
TCP gaea:2186 190.103.78.150:ms-sql-s SYN_SENT
TCP gaea:2187 190.103.78.151:ms-sql-s SYN_SENT
TCP gaea:2188 190.103.78.152:ms-sql-s SYN_SENT
TCP gaea:2189 190.103.78.153:ms-sql-s SYN_SENT
TCP gaea:2190 190.103.78.154:ms-sql-s SYN_SENT
TCP gaea:2191 190.103.78.155:ms-sql-s SYN_SENT
...
..... it keeps going

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Could someone point me in the right direction of where to look.
I would like to at least know why this is happening.

This behavior happens even if I stop all services on SQL Server
Services Manager.

Thanks in advance!

Joe Curran